Trevor Olson finished his first year as an Assistant Coach with the USD women's basketball program for head coach Cindy Fisher. He assists coach Fisher will all aspects of the game.
Olson returns to USD after spending the previous two seasons at Henderson State University, where he served as both the graduate assistant, and the top assistant on Jill Thomas' staff.
In the 2015-16 season, as the top assistant on the Reddies coaching staff, he helped guide the program to a fifth place finish (out of 12 teams) in the Great American Conference, earning HSU a birth in the GAC Basketball Tournament (top 8 teams make the tournament). Additionally, he helped increased the Reddies conference win total by five games from the previous season (from 8 to 13). His duties included player development at the guard and post position, creating scouting reports for all contests, overseeing all academic support activities, community outreach, elite camp coordinating and served as the program's recruiting coordinator.
As a graduate assistant coach in 2014-15 for HSU, Olson was responsible for recruiting, academic coordination, practice planning and opponent scouting.
Olson served as a male practice player for the Toreros women's basketball team from 2009-2013, where he oversaw the male practice players. He also recorded statistics and shot chart information for all regular season and tournament games.
During the 2012 season, San Diego held a program-best 26-9 record and made it to the Women's NIT Final Four. In 2013, San Diego posted its first-ever consecutive 20-win season (22-10) and made an appearance in the WCC championship game, as well as advancing to the second round of the WNIT.
Olson graduated in May of 2013 with a Bachelor of Accountancy Degree and a 3.79 GPA from the University of San Diego.
Prior to his time at San Diego, he attended Bishop Blanchet High School (Seattle, Wash.), where he was a four-year varsity player and won the Scholar Athlete Award all four years.
Before working at Henderson State, Olson spent one year working at PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP as a Core Assurance Associate.
He served as the president of the Phi Kappa Theta CA Phi Delta fraternity at USD during his college years and helped recruit over 100 members to a fraternity founded on servant leadership.
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